Their most loved item is their home but they do want a larger house.
They eat rice as a grain but it probably isn't just any type of rice, it's probably Pulao. Rice is an obvious staple for many Nepalese dishes, just like many other Asian countries. The fried rice dish of Pulao is popular with locals and visitors. Vegetable pulao can be found throughout Nepal. This dish consists of fried rice with vegetables which have been lightly seasoned with turmeric and cumin. On the table they also have what looks like uncooked potatoes.
They wash their clothes in this bucket instead of a washing machine.
And wash their dishes in here.
The Maharjah family goes to the bathroom outside instead of inside over a toilet.
Instead of toilet paper, it looks like they rise with water.
For soap, it looks like homemade hand soap. But this is only a guess.
The soap does seem to keep their hands clean!
From my understanding the family only has one toothbrush. This means they all share one tooth brush or one brushes their teeth and the rest don't.
They at least have some toothpaste. The toothpaste is better than just washing with water.
According to Dollar Street, the variety and quality of medication that a family has available is dependent on income and the family’s local healthcare system. For the poorest, medication is devastatingly expensive so they have just a small supply. Those with a higher income have a variety, but the amount they can afford is dependent on what's available in that region. To me in this picture, this family does not have very many medications in the form of pills. This makes sense according to the information above since the are poor and have limited medications.